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Tree line at Victoria Peak partially cleared…

Victoria Peak stands majestically proud at three thousand six hundred and seventy-five feet. Hidden deep in the Maya Mountains, the natural monument is the highest point in Belize. And tonight [...]

N.G.O.’s fight govt to keep management contracts of parks

While Audubon is outraged over Victoria Peak, APAMO is equally incensed over seismic testing in another national park. This has to do with permission given by the Forest Department to [...]

Prime Minster thoughtful about Earth Day

And while we reported earlier in the newscast about major environmental damages to two reserves, at Wednesday’s press conference, Prime Minister Dean Barrow was effusive of the bountiful flora of [...]

Albert and Regent Street dug up again

In December of 2008, the Ministry of Works paved the Regent and Albert Streets with the hot mix, an expensive paving process which was expected to last almost a decade [...]

Body of drowning victim found

Since Monday, he plunged into the waters of the Belize River and in the wee hours of this morning, the body of forty-eight year old Desmond Kerr was retrieved from [...]

Businessman charged with handling stolen goods

A Chinese businessman appeared in court today accused of handling “hot stuff.” Jian Huan Jiang of Orange Street was busted on Wednesday with a Dell laptop belonging to Smart Belize [...]

Two men charged with trafficking 2 pounds of cannabis

In more news from the courts, one of two prison officers finds himself tonight on the opposite side of prison bars. He was unable to meet bail for allegedly trying [...]

Squatter loses land and home

A Belize City family is homeless tonight and is urgent need of a place to shelter. For over ten years the Jones family cleared and built on a parcel of [...]

Pages of Book Week open today

International Book Reading and Copyright Day is being observed around the globe today. A UNESCO initiative, the day is set aside every year to promote reading, publishing and copyright. And [...]

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program launched in Belize

The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award program got off the ground today. It is aimed at character building for young adults, ages fourteen to twenty-five years old. The program was founded [...]

I.L.O. says poverty is caused of sexual exploitation

Results of a two and half year project point to poverty as the main indicator for the sexual exploitation of children and adolescence. This was revealed at a workshop at [...]

Healthy Living explores how to cope with epileptic seizures

Epilepsy is a disorder that manifests itself through different type of seizures. It is treatable with prescribed medication and life style changes. Healthy Living this week talks to an expert [...]